Float into the new year, visualize your goals.

Floating for visualization and focus.

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Meditation and visualization is a way to bring your goals and dreams into reality. Once you set a goal, visualizing it is a powerful way to stay on track. If you can “see” results in your mind, you’re more likely to feel positive about the work you need to do to get there. Plenty of successful people have used visualization to reach their goals (even Jim Carrey credits it for his success as an actor). After all, if you can dream it, you can achieve it.

WHY YOU SHOULD VISUALIZE YOUR GOALS

Before you dismiss visualization as too “woo-woo” for you, understand the logic behind it. A good goal is specific, and visualizing your goal forces you to define the details. Not just what you want, but when you want to accomplish it by, who will be involved in the process, the places your goal will take you, and the benefit you’ll get from reaching it.

It also helps you believe that the outcome is possible. When you set out to reach out a goal, there will inevitably be bumps in the road. Visualization helps you have faith in the process and in turn, keep going after you’re faced with a setback.

The best part is you can reap the benefits of visualization with just a little time and effort. With the added focus provided in the float tank you can dedicate the hour to your future.

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Epsom salt soaks increase magnesium

What can magnesium do for you?

Magnesium plays a role in over 300 enzymatic reactions within the body, including the metabolism of food, synthesis of fatty acids and proteins, and the transmission of nerve impulses.

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The human body contains around 25 gram (g) of magnesium, 50 to 60 percent of which is stored in the skeletal system. The rest is present in muscle, soft tissues, and bodily fluids.

This MNT Knowledge Center feature is part of a collection of articles on the health benefits of key vitamins and minerals.

It looks at the recommended intake of magnesium, its effects on health, dietary sources, and possible health risks.

By soaking in the float tank filled with high levels of epsom salt you will absorb magnesium transdermally, through the skin.

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Athletes in the tank.

What benefits do athletes receive by floating in the tank?

Floating, once considered a hippie wellness regimen, has now become mainstream practice like massage, acupuncture, and meditation. Active users include multiple teams in the NFL, MLB, NBA, Military, MMA and Olympic athletes to name a few. While mostly considered for physical purposes by many, some individuals float to improve sport visualization during recovery (Carl Lewis used floating extensively leading up to Seoul Olympics).

This is a gentle yet very effective form of recovery for today’s athletes. You can reduce down time, aid in focus, and absorb and maintain proper magnesium levels which is essential to muscle care.

Jade Johnson was a long jumper who represented Team GB at two Olympics, in Athens in 2004 and again in Beijing in 2008.  Her greatest achievement was winning European and Commonwealth silver in 2002 while she also finished fourth in the 2003 World Championships.  She uses float tanks on a weekly basis for preventative and recovery care.

Jade Johnson was a long jumper who represented Team GB at two Olympics, in Athens in 2004 and again in Beijing in 2008.

Her greatest achievement was winning European and Commonwealth silver in 2002 while she also finished fourth in the 2003 World Championships.

She uses float tanks on a weekly basis for preventative and recovery care.

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